Friday, July 3, 2015

Anglers are likely to love new drophook app


My brother-in-law Matt loves to fish. He ties his own flies and share pictures of his latest catch. He would be out on the Great Lakes every day if he didn’t have to work.

Matt's the kind of person who will love  drophook, a new app for anglers that is scheduled to be released this month at iCAST, the big fishing exhibition in Orlando.

Developed by Daryn Dalton, a professional captain and avid angler, drophook is designed to be an angler’s go-do digital companion. It will let users shoot and share pictures of their catches and log the bait, and tackle that they used. An auto-log function will automatically record the date, location and meteorological details of the catch.

Other drophook features will include interactive tackle boxes, a species identification menu and the ability to book and review fishing charters. A “Fish On!” button will instantly record the action. Dalton says it's a to capture  the story of “the one that got away.”

The drophook website is currently accepting email registrations if you want to be notified when the app is available for downloading.


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